2 edition of Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola found in the catalog.
Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola
Henry Ling Roth
Extracted from the Supplementary papers of the Royal Geographical Society, v.2, pt. 1, 1887.
|Statement||by H. Ling Roth.|
|Contributions||Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
These name variations were also reflected in the cartography of the sixteenth century, with at least maps assigning it the name "Cuba" (or variations thereof) and 28 maps the name "Isabella" (or variations thereof), the last one as late as Only two maps used the name "Fernandina," in and ,20 and none used the name "Juana. Columbus' coat of arms, as depicted in his Book of Privileges () De las Casas records that when he first came to Hispaniola in , "there w people living on this island, including the Indians; so that from to , over three million people had perished from war, slavery, and the mines. ISIS Cumulative Bibliography A bibliography of the History of Science formed from ISIS Critical Bibliographies 1–90 – Edited by MAGDA WHITROW. Volume 5 CIVILIZATIONS AND PERIODS 15th to 19th centuries. Mansell Publishing Limited in conjunction with the History of Science Society Most drawings include several figures, giving in total about figures showing about species. Book: Large 8vo (28 x cm) and drawings: Imperial oblong long 4to (25 x cm). Contemporary half tanned sheepskin (book) and gray-brown paper .
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Murray, ), by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). Islamic regional cartography is usually categorized into three groups: that produced by the "Balkhī school", the type devised by Muhammad al-Idrisi, and the type that are uniquely foundin the Book of curiosities.
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Murray, ), by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) Volume I: multiple formats at The World Minutely Mapped - An Atlas on Postal Paper which has maps by various hands and text by Walter Klinefelter, Voyageur Press, p., 14x cm.
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We are so used to maps being oriented to the north, that the look distinctly odd Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola book modern eyes when oriented in a different direction. This map was published by Lodovico Guicciardini as part of Description De touts les PAYS-BAS () Although the map is of the 17 Provinces (What the English call the Low Countries) – it is referred to in Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola book Cartouche as “Inferioris Germaniae”.
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This beautiful book, written by Tommaso Porcacchi, and engraved by GIROLAMO PORRO is one of the most important Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola book books of the Sixteenth Century.
This was the “Golden Age” of exploration and map making, and we are pleased to offer this fabulous example Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola book the first edition.
First edition of the renowned L’isole - or. Christopher Columbus () was a Genoese Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola book and explorer. In the late 15th century, Columbus Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola book that it would be possible to reach the lucrative markets of eastern Asia by heading west, instead of the traditional route which went east around Africa.
Piri Reis is the author of the Kitāb-ı Baḥrīye, or "Book of the Sea", one of the most famous cartographical works of the period. The book gives seafarers information on the Mediterranean coast, islands, crossings, straits, and gulfs; where to take refuge in the event of a storm, how to approach the ports, and precise routes to the : Ahmed Muhiddin Piri, Between and.
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Bibliography and cartography of Hispaniola. London, J. Murray. Comments: No illustrations. Gives a list of maps, charts, and plans on pp This was a separate issue but numbered () as indicating from a larger work. Tooley, R. "French mapping of the Americas: The De l'Isle, Buache, Dezauche Succession ().".
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Of the many settlements depicted on the atlas, the contrast between Hispaniola and Porto-Rico illustrate the role that power relations play in mapping a town. Indeed, Hispaniola was originally a Spanish colony; however Domingo, the biggest settlement on the island, finally fell into French hands towards the end of the 17th Century.
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Reading Columbus Christopher Columbus's act of writing to the Crown to announce the Discovery was an event almost as momentous as the act of discovering itself. Not only did his letter make the fact of the historical event known to others, but the very future of the enterprise depended on how it was represented to those who were in the position.
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